Like almost every home decor product or remolding material, there are different types to a single product. Vinyl flooring is no different.
As you take your journey down the home remodeling aisles, home decor blogs, or DIY articles, you’ll find variations to almost anything pertaining to home remodeling.
To help lessen the confusion of what is a specific type of flooring and how it compares to another type of flooring, we’ve listed below the different types of Vinyl Flooring.
Find what the difference is between the different types of vinyl flooring.
Let’s break down the differences of Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl planks gives the desired look of hardwood floors without the expense. Vinyl planks offer: more resistant to stains and more durable than the traditional hardwood planks.
Vinyl tile are simply tile shaped – they come in various square shape sizes, giving the appearance of stone tile. One advantage choosing vinyl tiles is that if one tile gets damaged, it’s easier to replace. Also, you can arrange the tiles in different patterns.
Vinyl sheet flooring comes in a single roll. Sheets can be 6 to 12 feet wide. Vinyl sheets offer less exposable seams and is ideal for high-moisture areas (e.g., bathrooms and kitchens).
Aside from the different types of Vinyl, you should also know the surface types.
First one is Vinyl No Wax
Vinyl No Wax offers the least amount of resistance to scuffs and stains.
Second one is Urethane.
Urethane is a durable and low maintenance. Resistant to black heel marks and most household chemicals.
Lastly, Enhanced Urethane.
Enhanced Urethan simply an upgraded version of Urethane, making it more resilient to scuffs and stains.